Jack Daniel's is a premium Tennessee whiskey.
In 1866, Jack Daniel's distillery became the first registered distillery in the United States. It's here in Lynchburg, Tennessee that every drop of Jack Daniel's is still produced and bottled today. During its 141 years, it has won numerous gold medals from around the world. We put its success down to the unique way in which his famous 'Old No. 7' brand is made: the finest corn, rye and barley malt; the pure iron free water from Lynchburg's Cave Spring; the hard maple charcoal mellowing process; and the charred white oak barrel maturing. It's the extra step of charcoal mellowing that makes Jack Daniel's a smooth sipping Tennessee whiskey not a bourbon. It's dripped through ten feet of sugar maple charcoal, which takes out any impurities and lends a unique, smooth taste.